Recommendations for fiber intake are typically between 25-35 grams per day in adults. Most people don’t get half that amount. A large European study showed that for every 10 gram/day increase in fiber there was a decrease in mortality of 10%. It seems reasonable that many people would benefit from an extra 10-12 grams of fiber per day. FIBER AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY Cardiovascular disease (CVD) and cancer are among the leading causes of death in developed countries. Research has shown…

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TWO WEEK SUGAR ELIMINATION [even just doing only refined sugar]: MIND AND BODY PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES due to increasing fruits/vegs with reduction of sugars. Great post How-To's with reference to science mcirobiome pubmeds affecting health. Recent 2015 The Impact of Diet and Lifestyle on Gut Microbiota and Human Health, is

Scientific research consistently supports the health benefits of a diet rich in vegetables and fruits. This is in part due to the high vitamin and mineral content of these whole foods (see The Importance of Vegetables) and due to the phytochemicals they contain (see The Amazing World of Plant Phytochemicals: Why a diet rich in …

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WATCH: Apr 7, 2015, The Dr. Mehmet Oz​ Show with Environmental Working Group​ Scott Faber, Dr. Alan Greene, Robyn O'Brien​ discussing the recent classification of glyphosate, found in Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller, by the World Health Organization as a probable carcinogen. Monsanto, CropLife America, and the Grocery Manufacturers' Association (GMA) were also invited, but declined - Cancer, DNA damage, 2A human carcinogen, glyphosate (found in breast milk), WHO, IARC, EPA, GMOs, BAN…

More Scientific Evidence That Organic Food Is More Nutritious | “This study breaks it down for consumers who want science-based evidence on the nutritional benefits of crops grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers.” -Ken Cook, EWG’s cofounder and president More here:

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